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" Corydon dies : Let all whining lovers go hang ; My heart would you hit, Tip your arrow with wit, And it comes to my heart with a twang, twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. "
The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been ... - 第 25 頁
John Fletcher 著 - 1777 - 70 頁
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The Jester's Magazine: Or, The Monthly Merrymaker

1767
...Pbillii î Tell not me of the Dimples, and _,; Eyes, For which filly CorriJon dies. Let all whininig Lovers go hang : My Heart would you hit. Tip your...Wit, And it comes to my Heart with a twang, twang, And-itcomcs torn/Heart with a twang. 1 am Rock to the Handfome and Pretty, Can only be touch'd by the...
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The Country Girl: A Comedy, (altered from Wycherley) as it is Acted at the ...

David Garrick - 1767 - 78 頁
...eyes, For which filly Corydon dies ; Let all whining lovers go hang, My heart would you hit, Tip you arrow with wit, And it comes to my heart with a twang, twai And it comes to my heart with a twang. II. I am rock to the handfome, and pretty, Can only be...
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The humming bird. A collection of the most celebrated English and Scots songs

Humming bird - 1785
...not me of the dimples and ejes, For wh •-)» filly Cta-yJon diet. Let til lilly Lovers go hanç, My heart, would you hit, Tip your arrow with wit, And it come« to my heart with a twang, twing am rock to the rundióme and pretty, Can only be touch 'd by...
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English Plays ...

1789
...eyes, For which filly Corydon dies ; Let all whining lovers go hang, My heart would you hit, Tip you arrow with wit, And it comes to my heart with a twang,...twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. II. Let all whining lovers go hang, We wits, you muft know, Have two firings to our bow, I am rock to the...
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British Theatre, 第 21 卷

John Bell - 1791
...Tell not me of the dimples, and eyes, For which silly Corydon dies ; Let all whining lovers go hangt My heart would you hit, Tip your arrow with wit, And...twang, twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. lam rock to the handsome, and pretty, Can only be touch' d by the witty ; And beauty will ogle in vain,...
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The Monthly Magazine, 第 25 卷

Sir Richard Phillips - 1808
...pulled, is said to twang, on the same authority; which i« also confirmed by a song of Uarrick's : My heart would you hit, Tip your arrow with wit, And it comes to rhy heart with a twang. The noise of ajïjAs wings in motion is given by Shakspcare : Poor harmless...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry, Selected for ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1796 - 1008 頁
...calls on you to fave her ; What man but would Nature obey, And lililí for her Shak ij>care fur ever? Tip your arrow with wit, And it comes to my heart with a twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. I Em rock to the handlume and pretty, Can only be touch'd by...
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Bell's British Theatre, 第 13 卷

1797
...lilies, Which tinge the fair cheek of your Phillis, Tell not me of the dimples, and eyes, For which silly Corydon dies ; Let all whining lovers go hang, My...twang, twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. lam rock to the handsome, and pretty, Can only be touch'd by the witty ; And beauty will ogle in vain,...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, 第 7 卷

1804
...which silly Corydon dies; Let all whining lovers go hang, My heart would you hit' Tip your arrow wilh wit, And it comes to my heart with a twang, twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. I am rock to the handsome, and pretty, Can ouly he tonch'd hy the witty , And heanty will ogle in vain,...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...the fair cheek of your Phillii, Tell not me of the dimplei, and tyti, For which silly Corydon diei : Let all whining lovers go hang ; My heart would you...twang, twang, And it comes to my heart with a twang. ' Let all whining lover* go hang ; We wits, you must know, Have two strings to our bow, To return them...
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